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Eyespot of winter cereals – an emerging disease

We interviewed Marg Evans from SARDI about Eyespot, a fungal disease of cereals which occurs in medium and high rainfall zones.  The disease has been known to occur in paddocks in New South Wales and South Australia for many years. More recently, with changes in farming systems, eyespot has been […]

Survival, spread and controlling crown rot

Crown rot in wheat

Toni Petrionatis from NSW DPI, explains her new project looking at survival, spread and innovative control methods of crown rot in winter cereals with a few handy tips for growers looking to manage crown rot in their crops. Preliminary research has found that the crown rot fungus is not just […]

Mungbean bacterial & fungal diseases

Powdery mildew on potted mungbean

Lisa Kelly from the Department of Agriculture & Fisheries in Toowoomba explains about bacterial and fungal diseases in mungbeans and their treatment options.  Powdery mildew Powdery mildew in mungbean is caused by the fungal species Podosphaera xanthii and is widespread in Australia. A second powdery mildew, preliminary identified as Erysiphe […]

Immersive technologies & their use in agriculture research & extension – Webinar

Immersive technologies webinar

Immersive technologies – 360 degree photography/filming, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) use in agriculture research and extension were presented in a recent GRDC Communities Webinar. Guest speakers Matthew Cox (Agriculture Victoria) & Michael Moodie (Frontier Farming Systems) covered and discussed how these technologies can be used for project […]